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Year 12 Research methods (Lesson 12)

Experimental Design
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Clare Schulze

on 26 October 2015

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Transcript of Year 12 Research methods (Lesson 12)

Year 12 Psychology
Experimental Design
Key Terms reminder!
Notes on this section
Experimental design
Experiment design
Lesson Objectives
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Understand key terms (experimental design, research methods etc)
Understand what the three main types of experimental design are.
Understand and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each of the designs
Socrative time!
In a basic experiment there are two conditions
1. The experimental condition
2. The control condition
Will the participant take part in both conditions or will they participate in just one.
This decision will determine the EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
You are expected to know the following experimental designs:
1. Can you add any info to your notes from P110
2. Worksheet from last lesson - answer question 3 & 4
3. Complete summary questions 4a-4c
HOMEWORK
Repeated Measures
Independent groups
Matched pairs
Independent Groups
Matched Pairs
Repeated Measures
Same subjects for each condition of the experiment
Different but similar subjects for each condition of the experiment
Different but similar subjects for each condition of the experiment
Independent Groups
Repeated Measures
Matched Pairs
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